Definition of biometeorology in English:

biometeorology

noun

mass noun
  • The study of the relationship between living organisms and weather.

    • ‘Though preliminary, scientific studies back up the notion that weather affects your health, says a biometeorology professor at Utah State University in Logan.’
    • ‘Pollen flight, hypersensitivity to changes in the weather, UV-radiation and also the bioclimate and air quality are just some of the aspects of human biometeorology.’
    • ‘He received a doctorate in biometeorology from Leeds University in 1981 and it was during his study there that he met Mandy, whom he married at a ceremony at St James's Church, Hebden Bridge, in 1980.’
    • Biometeorology is a scientific branch, which can be seen as the link between meteorology, biology and medical sciences.’
    • ‘Biometeorology is the interdisciplinary study of increasing importance as correlations are being drawn between certain types of meteorological conditions and the health of plants, humans, and all other animals.’

Pronunciation

biometeorology

/ˌbʌɪəʊˌmiːtɪəˈrɒlədʒi/